The United States GP will be exclusively live on Sky Sports F1 this weekend as Lewis Hamilton seeks to win a sixth world championship.
Hamilton will be just the second driver in F1 history to win six titles if he finishes eighth or higher in Austin – one of the drivers’ favourite events of the year.
Valtteri Bottas, the Englishman’s Mercedes team-mate and only remaining championship rival, needs to win the race to stand a chance of extending the battle.
The key times for the weekend on Sky Sports F1 are:
Qualifying starts at 9pm on Saturday with build-up from 8pmThe race starts at 7.10pm on Sunday with build-up from 5.30pm
It’s set to be a bumper weekend on Sky F1, with a special ‘The Future of Formula 1’ show on Thursday night at 10.30pm analysing the new 2021 rules – following Welcome To The Weekend (10pm start).
The Story So Far (10.30pm, Friday) follows the first day of practice, while The F1 Show (10.30pm, Saturday) follows qualifying.
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How to watch with Sky Sports F1
There are a host of ways to watch the 2019 season live with Sky Sports F1 – for both subscribers and non-subscribers. The channel is the home of live and exclusive F1, with every race, qualifying and practice session shown.
Click here to subscribe or upgrade to Sky Sports F1.
For non-subscribers, Sky Sports F1 is accessible through a NOW TV pass. Get a Day Pass to Sky Sports for £9.99 and watch Sunday’s Grand Prix.
Sky F1 subscribers will also be able to tune in to watch the channel’s coverage on Sky Go while every track session will also be available to watch on the Sky Sports App via Race Control.
iOS users: Download the Sky Sports app from the App StoreAndroid users: Download the Sky Sports app from the Play Store
Want to catch-up? Highlights and the best of Sky F1 will also be published On Demand.
US GP schedule on Sky Sports F1
Thursday, October 315pm: Drivers’ Press Conference10pm: Welcome To The Weekend (Simulcast on Sky Sports Main Event)10.30pm: The Future of Formula 1 (Simulcast on Sky Sports Main Event)
Friday, November 13.45pm: US GP Practice One Build-up4pm: US GP Practice One7.45pm: US GP Practice Two Build-up8pm: US GP Practice Two10.30pm: Story So Far (Simulcast on Sky Sports Main Event)
Saturday, November 25.45pm: US GP Practice Three Build-up6pm: US GP Practice Three8pm: US GP Qualifying Build-up9pm: US GP Qualifying10.30pm: The F1 Show